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October 10, 2012

Local seniors compete in Wii Bowl playoffs

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Jones, who said she isn’t old enough to vote, signed up for Wii bowling for the fun of it. About her progress, she said, “The same. I have good days and bad days.”

Trombley was a bowler up until he was 50.

“I never did very good,” he said.

He signed up for Wii Bowl for the excitement factor.

“I love to do it, and I thought it would be fun here,” said Trombley, a retired D&H rail worker.

Patti Rauch, activities director, was the scorer for the seniors. 

“We’ve always had Wii bowling here at the center,” she said.

“We always bowl on Tuesdays.”

POSTSCRIPT:

The Silver Foxes and the DeeDees were ousted during the first week of playoffs. The Booyas made it through the first two weeks of playoffs before being defeated. 

The last team standing, the Rouses Point Nine Pinners, competed Tuesday in the Master Class Championship Playoffs. The Nine PinnersMarylee Baker, Richard Baker, Ruth Fitzgerald, Marie Sterling, Bob Sterling, Carmen Aubrey and Jeff Aubreysquared off against the Dresden Basket Cases of Zanesville, Ohio. The Nine Pinners will either take the title or come in second place.

Email Robin Caudell: rcaudell@pressrepublican.com

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